Professional Baseball Player. He was primarily a pitcher over a five season career beginning in 1888 with the Philadelphia Quakers. He spent two years there pitching in 75 games as well as in the outfield. He started 68 of the 75 games he appeared then throwing nine shutouts and completeing 62 of his games. In 1890, he jumped to the Players League going 19-18 in 43 games. The next year, he was with the Philadelphia Athletics and finished with the Louisville Colonels where he also played 15 games at first base.
Bio by: Robert